Mayo Clinic and Florida State University collaborate to attract top biomedical talent

Mayo Clinic in Florida signed an agreement with Florida State University to attract and retain top talent in the biomedical field. The collaborative education efforts will focus on medical innovation and promote a market-driven approach to create a highly trained workforce focused on taking medical technology from the research space to clinical practice.

Florida State students will be able to take advantage of internship and research opportunities available through Mayo Clinic so they can progress their biomedical education, including working with physician mentors in clinical research and health care startups in the Life Sciences Incubator, and working on Mayo Clinic projects with contributions in data science, biostatistics and engineering. Mayo Clinic faculty and students will have access to training and education with the university’s world-renowned researchers and the latest equipment at the main campus and National High Field Magnetic Laboratory.


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